I'm pretty new to databases and writing SQL so I was wanting to see if there was a way to import the database backup to my local machine that way I can play around with writing reports without logging into the backend.  I just don't want to damage our current database.

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This Free Web Based Training should explain a lot about accessing the KBox DB with 3rd party tools.

http://www.kace.com/support/training/kke/archive?id=FCD792A4-65B9-42F6-8972-BC8FAE6D1FB5&category=reporting&language=en

 

On your Kbox, choose your org unit (if any); Settings -> Control Panel -> General Settings -> Update Reporting User Password.

 

This is the information you will need to edit in order to access your Kace DB.

 

Answered 11/26/2013 by: bulletcatcher
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This walks you through uploading the backup files via FTP. I do this to a Windows Server to backup the files daily. 

http://www.kace.com/support/resources/kb/article/how-to-uploadk1000-appliance-backup-files

Answered 11/26/2013 by: rockhead44
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